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Sorry I Can't, I Have Plans β€” 02.05.17 ~ 5β„ƒβ˜οΈ Here are some hangul notes...

~ Here are some hangul notes from when I started learning, some of you have asked me to send them to you, so I figured I should post them Those notes are from the Korean from zero.

Know your colors in Korean

Know your colors in Korean (Now I know why Koreans always say "red colour" and "blue colour" instead of just "red" and "blue".

Counting nouns, called μˆ˜λΆ„λ₯˜μ‚¬, are used to count tangible objects and events. There is a long list of different counting nouns and all of them are used to count specific types of things. #Korean #Counting

Counting nouns, called μˆ˜λΆ„λ₯˜μ‚¬, are used to count tangible objects and events. There is a long list of different counting nouns and all of them are used to count specific types of things.

! Exclamations in Korean !

Exclamations in Korean~ Exclamations help us express a range of subtleties from surprise to curiosity! Today let’s learn some of these exclamatory phrases in Korean!